All enrolments are closing on 12 February, except for the Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution which closes on 19 February. More details below.
Courses Available Nationally
Enrolments close on Monday 19 February for CHC81115 Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution
The Australian Institute of Social Relations is delivering this qualification in partnership with Relationships Australia NSW and Relationships Australia WA. This course uses a blended delivery mode of online assessments and activities with face-to-face training. The face-to-face component is available in Adelaide, Sydney and Perth.
Students have access and are required to complete the following online programs:
- AVERT Family Violence Basics
- AVERT Family Violence Screening and Safety Planning
- AVERT Family Violence Responding to Perpetrators of Family Violence (value $55)
- Family Law DOORS Online Training Program (value $275)
- Child Focused Practice Online
Enrolments close on Monday 12 February for CHC51015 Diploma of Counselling
This qualification reflects the role of counsellors, who work with clients on personal and psychological issues using established counselling modalities. Students will develop their own Integrative Approach to counselling through face-to-face intensives, interaction and guidance from practice leaders within Relationships Australia. This course is also available through Relationships Australia NSW.
Courses Available in South Australia
Enrolments close on Monday 12 February for all courses below.
The Certificate III in Community Services provides the skills and knowledge to work in a range of client-focused settings for those who want to make a difference. Pathways include youth work, disability, aged care, mental health, counselling and community development.
Take a step towards a rewarding career and contribute to the positive wellbeing of vulnerable young people. Develop skills to facilitate and co-ordinate projects for young people in a range of community-based settings.
Make a difference in your community! Explore the key issues common to all areas of community services work such as mental health, family and domestic violence and working with cultural diversity. This qualification enables you to work as a support worker, case worker, client contact officer or community development worker – in a paid or voluntary capacity.
The Diploma in Community Services is delivered by experienced practitioners with expertise in mental health, counselling, family violence and working with cultural diversity. Suitable for those looking to take the next career step into team leading and managing, program coordination and delivering effective person-centred services.